[rfc-i] Fwd: Pre-IETF RFCs to Historic (not really proposing)
touch at isi.edu
Fri Sep 16 14:50:43 PDT 2011
On 9/16/2011 2:24 PM, Dave Crocker wrote:
> You are confusing an ability to sometimes perform a secondary function
> with being able to perform it reliably.
I don't register my name with every publisher "just in case" someone
needs to get in touch with me forever into the future.
People find people all the time. It's *NEVER* reliable - if I choose not
to update the IETF forwarding, it won't be reliable.
Ultimately, I see no reason for the IETF to run a 'find the author' service.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joe Touch <touch at isi.edu>
> To: Fred Baker <fred at cisco.com>
> Cc: Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>, rfc-interest at rfc-editor.org,
> dcrocker at bbiw.net
> Sent: Fri, 16 Sep 2011 1:56 PM
> Subject: Re: [rfc-i] Fwd: Pre-IETF RFCs to Historic (not really proposing)
> PS: search string was:
> Fred Baker gmail
> The first hit worked.
> Alternate places I might check if I didn't know to look for gmail:
> However, the obvious choice would be to find your Facebook page,
> LinkedIn account, personal web page, or to search the most common public
> email suffixes first.
> Yes, if you don't want to be found, you won't be.
> But if you do want to be found, you do not need an IETF resource to do so.
> On 9/16/2011 1:39 PM, Joe Touch wrote:
> > On 9/16/2011 1:17 PM, Fred Baker wrote:
> >> On Sep 16, 2011, at 12:54 PM, Joe Touch wrote:
> >>> Isn't that what a search engine already does?
> >> OK, here's a test. Imagine that this afternoon I left Cisco and Monday
> >> you wanted to get hold of me for some reason. I have a gmail address.
> >> What is it?
> > http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/smartpowerdir/current/msg00175.html
> > Joe
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